The Believe In Better collection features swag designed by 17 high-profile American fashion designers, including Vera Wang, Jason Wu, Joseph Altuzarra and Aurora James.
The campaign says each piece was manufactured in the United States at unionized factories. Big-name designers made the products, but none of it costs more than $60.
Rufus Gifford, Biden’s deputy campaign manager said,
“We are in a battle to restore the soul of our nation, and we’re seeing Americans across the country come together in a variety of ways to support Joe Biden and Kamala Harris because they are leaders we need to heal and unite the country.
I thank these designers for volunteering their time and talents to help win this election and the hardworking men and women who brought these designs to life.”
In a sign of the COVID-impacted times, there’s a face mask from Monique Péan that say Unity; Jonathan Cohen‘s tee has VOTE spelled out in flowers with Unity Over Division; a crewneck sweatshirt from Jason Wu says Rebuild With Love and Joe Perez and Gabriela Hearst created 60s-inspired tie-dye t-shirts.
Meanwhile, Altuzarra designed floral scarves/bandannas which serve as a face covering too,
“I wanted to design something that really met the moment and the 2020 significance of the bandanna is really as a mask. That was crucial to me.”